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One of the greatest challenges of our time is to address global environmental changes, such as climate change and biodiversity loss, that may harm the health of billions of people worldwide. This class will examine these changes, their causes, as well as their health consequences, and engage students in thinking about their solutions.
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Claudio Asvolinsque, Brazilian, living in the State of Amazonas will approximately 25 years, know a bit of reality will riverine peoples. recently been traveling will work from inside the Amazon Forest, where I am involved in the program of the Federal...
Claudio Asvolinsque, Brazilian, living in the State of Amazonas will approximately 25 years, know a bit of reality will riverine peoples. recently been traveling will work from inside the Amazon Forest, where I am involved in the program of the Federal Government Light for All. I carry a GPS MAP 78s, I took in 1502 coordinates, areas of environmental preservation, as Lake Amana, Mamirauá and areas indigigenas to the geo-referencing, and bring energy to these residents, and will be an enriching experience that opportunity to learn about Human Health and Global Environmental Change, which is a difficult problem and therefore it must have the support, understanding of all involved. Let's learn to be able to improve the relationship between Man-Forest, the Sustentabilidade.Precisamos Interact my view of much, much more information, valuing traditional conhecinto certainly will be an important step, and this course is golden opportunity. God Abeençoe. grateful for the attention and hope I can count on their collaborations. obs ... sorry translation errors.